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Kent Sedgwick fonds Prince George, BC With digital objects
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Gravel

Image depicts layers of gravel at the BCR site in Prince George, B.C.

Gravel

Image depicts layers of gravel at the BCR site in Prince George, B.C.

Handshake

Image depicts a man and woman shaking hands in a building at an uncertain location, possibly in Cottonwood Park. The man standing behind the two is possibly Elmer Mercier, a former mayor of Prince George, B.C.

Highway

Image depicts a highway, possibly Highway 97, in Prince George, B.C.

Houses

Image depicts a number of small houses at Island Cache.

Houses

Image depicts numerous houses, and an unknown child standing in a street at Island Cache.

Houses

Image depicts a few houses and a dog on a porch at Island Cache.

Houses

Image depicts a few houses in Island Cache. There are two unknown individuals present.

Houses

Image depicts a number of small houses at Island Cache.

Houses

Image depicts some houses on an uncertain street in the Millar Addition suburb in Prince George, B.C. They are possibly houses and land given to the Veterans of the Second World War.

Houses

Image depicts some houses on an uncertain street in Prince George, B.C.

Intercontinental and P.G. Pulp Mills

Image depicts two mills; the Intercontinental Pulpmill is on the left side of the tracks in the image and the Prince George Pulp and Paper Mill is located on the right side in Prince George, B.C. The Northwood Pulp Mill can be seen in the distance.

Intercontinental and Prince George Pulp Mills

Image depicts two mills; the Intercontinental Pulp Mill is on the right in the foreground, and the Prince George Pulp and Paper Mill is on the left in the background. The picture is taken from the South, possibly off Yellowhead Bridge in Prince G...

Junk Pile

Image depicts a junk pile of bottles, cans and bags, as well as the gutted frame of an old car, at Island Cache.

King George V School

Image depicts the King George V School in Prince George, which was demolished sometime around 2006 and Duchess Park Secondary School was built in its place.

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